Monday and Thursday
7:45 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
|TERM||TUITION DUE DATE|
|SPRING - 2013||
FEBRUARY 15, 2013
SUMMER - 2013
|FRIDAY OF FIRST WEEK OF CLASS|
FALL - 2013
SEPTEMBER 17, 2013
1) Students who register for classes need to log onto SOLAR under "Finances" for their Tuition and Fee Charges.
2) If tuition and fees are being paid by an agency or employer, the student must make certain that they have been cleared by the agency or your employer and have the authorization letter submitted to the Cashier's Office by the Tuition Due Date. Students who provide authorizations after the Tution Due Date, are liable for late fees and interest. Authorizations will not be accepted after the semester has ended. If payment by an employer is dependent on grades, the student is responsible for payment of fees by the tuition due date.
3) Tuition, housing, food, and fees may be paid at the Cashier's Office WYLL D193.
PAYMENT PROCEDURES: Make checks or money orders payable to - University of Wisconsin-Parkside - and be sure to include the student's identification number on your check. Personal checks must include a preprinted name and address. Starter checks are not accepted. Tuition may be paid at the Cashier's Office in WYLL D193, or by mail. You may put your payment in the Payment Drop Slot located to the right of the security door of our office. For your own protection, please do not send cash payments through the mail.
Mail payments should be addressed to:
ATTN: CASHIER'S OFFICE, WYLL D193
UNIV OF WI-PARKSIDE
900 WOOD RD
PO BOX 2000
KENOSHA WI 53141-2000
You can pay with a credit card (we accept MasterCard, Discover and American Express) or an e-check on the Web Registration System. A convenience fee will be charged. The website is:
Tuition/housing payments must be postmarked on or before the Tuition Due Date, in order to avoid the assessment for administrative expense (late charges).
If classes begin other than the normal start date for the semester, the tuition is due by Friday of your first week of classes.
Failure to pay tuition by the scheduled due date will prevent the student from A) registering for future semesters, B) making schedule changes, and C) getting official transcripts or grades. Students with the housing/food plan may also find that their meal plan have been cancelled for non-payment of fees.
THE UNIVERSITY DOES REFER SERIOUSLY DELINQUENT ACCOUNTS TO A CREDIT BUREAU AND TO A PROFESSIONAL COLLECTION AGENCY. ANY COLLECTION COSTS INCURRED BY THE UNIVERSITY WILL BE ADDED TO THE STUDENT'S ACCOUNT. Approximately 30% of the current balance is added to the account for collection fees. Accounts sent to an agency for collection and later appealed will still pay collection costs regardless of the outcome.
Payment Plans are available for Fall and Spring Semesters through Tuition Management Systems. See link below:
There are no Payment Plans available for the Summer Semester
Go to: https://peertransfer.com/uwp/ to begin the payment process.